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Dubai stocks declined with most Middle Eastern equities after the U.S. jobless rate dropped to a level the Federal Reserve considers to be full employment, bolstering the case for an interest-rate increase and depressing demand for riskier assets.The DFM General Index retreated 0.8 percent to close at 3,542.14, following six weeks of losses, the longest streak in almost four years.The MSCI Emerging Markets Index slumped 3.9 percent in the five days through Sept. 4, its 15th decline in the 19 weeks since April.Dubai's trading volume was less than a third of its 12-month daily average, and traders in Abu Dhabi exchanged 90 million shares, compared with an average 130 million.Qatar's QE Index lost 0.6 percent, Kuwait's stock gauge fell 1.6 percent and Oman's MSM30 Index slipped 0.1 percent.
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